Exhibition Opening Exhibition Opening: RIDING - INCLUSIVE MOBILITY FOR ALL

Riding Graphic

Fri, 03/03/2023

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Goethe-Institut LA Project Space

Join us on Friday, March 3rd at 6.00pm for the opening reception for RIDING INCLUSIVE MOBILITY FOR ALL.

Nationwide, passionate riders of every kind blaze trails through roads, on tracks, and off ramps. 
ATTEND - Exhibition Opening: RIDING
RIDING INCLUSIVE MOBILITY FOR ALL – is an interdisciplinary exhibition that expresses passion by modifying societal solutions; crafting bikes, roller skates, skateboards & alternate rides into mobile movements of their own. People of all ages, genders, & backgrounds can experience the excitement of self-empowering mobility through the eyes of cultured riders.  RIDING is curated by Elle Seven, Loriann Hernandez, who commuted by & taught herself to ride in skateparks on roller skates.

This exhibition includes contributions from a diverse cross-section of the riding community; featuring 
Crystal Huguez, Kevin Stewart Magee, Romy Ilano, Skatesencia, J'Niyah Williams, Anna Roschker, Gavin Bird, Elizabeth Hewlett, Serge Marcos, Queer Punk Filipinx, Darren De Leon, Jay Reed, Cory Oberndorfer, Jessica Jirsa, Veronika Briatková, Thao Huynh French, Melrose Pottery, Carla Roque, Sharon (Venus Speedtrap), Ryan P. Griffin & MORE. 

The exhibition can be viewed during events and at the following times:
During Office Hours: March 3rd - April 21st, 2023
                                    Tuesdays–Thursdays: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
                                    Fridays: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm 

Admission is free. All ages welcome. Masks recommended.
Arrive on your RIDE, bike, board, skates, or public transport to receive a free gift.

Public transport is possible with the red line to MacArthur Park/Westlake stop. Using carpool or ride-share options are appreciated.

Free Parking is available at Metro/Retail parking structure located at
676 S. Westlake Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90057 

RIDING - Inclusive Mobility For All From Los Angeles to Berlin & Beyond is presented with the support of the Friends of Goethe. 
Critical Medicine would like to thank Liquid Death, Rollerdex, Arizona Roller Derby, and Skate Escensia for their support.